Boys Town Revisited

Everyone knows (and is probably sick of) the way sequels, prequels, and remakes are such a big part of Hollywood's output nowadays. We've been down Reboot Road plenty of times just on this blog. Classic Hollywood was no different than today in terms of capitalizing on older properties, although the new-to-retread ratio was obviously different. … Continue reading Boys Town Revisited

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The One Who Loves People

Nu kör vi... (That's "Here we go..." in Swedish--thank you, Google Translate. 🙂 ) Gladys Aylward was born in London in 1902. She felt strongly called by God to be a missionary in China, but unlike most women who went to China at that time, she wasn't highly educated or trained in a useful vocation such … Continue reading The One Who Loves People

A Strange Brand of…Something

Christian films can be just as dicey as Christian fiction, only more so. To be clear, I'm not talking about Christian-themed movies made by major studios necessarily, but movies made by Christian film companies. I've never held with the idea that as a Christian I need to champion Christian films just because they're Christian. Personally, … Continue reading A Strange Brand of…Something

Iron Sharpens Iron

It's spring! Well, kinda. I know a lot of people are still getting wild and crazy weather, but what can you do? Happy Easter or Passover to those who celebrate them, and I hope everyone's having a great month so far. My son has another four days of Spring Break as of today, and we've … Continue reading Iron Sharpens Iron

A Tale of Two Hiding Places

I don't know about you guys, but my bucket list seems to get longer all the time. I have managed to check off some of the items, like seeing the Ruby Slippers, meeting Bryan Duncan, or climbing around inside a B-17. Other things are real long shots, such as handling a genuine First Folio or … Continue reading A Tale of Two Hiding Places